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Omar and The Two Fire Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Omar

Iceland, Ice place

Once upon a time, there was a very quiet man named Omar and he wears a warriors mask made of metal.

One day, he pulled his sword a hundred times heavier than a normal metal sword. When he pulled out his sword it was faster than a flash. Then his father's power came on the metal sword. He stabbed it at the ground that is made of ice, suddenly he's fathers skeleton ice dragon came out. Later on, he rode on the skeleton ice dragon and then the skeleton army followed him.

It got Omar three days to find the cave where the two fire dragons lived. He went inside the cave with the skeleton ice dragon and skeleton army and found the two fire dragon sleeping.

Suddenly the fire dragons eyes opened and then one of the fire dragon fought with the skeleton ice dragon and the other one fought with Omar and the skeleton army.

Sadly the skeleton ice dragon got killed by the other fire dragon. But the skeleton ice dragon killed one of the fire dragon and Omar and the skeleton army killed the other dragon.

By Omar
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